The Church of St Agatha is a parish church in the Church of England in Sparkbrook in Birmingham, England. It was designed by W. H. Bidlake. It is now a Grade I listed building. Made of brick and decorated with stone, building started in October 1899. It was funded by the Sale of the site of Christ Church, New Street which was demolished the same year to make way for shops and offices - Christchurch Buildings. That site later became Victoria Square after Christchurch Buildings were demolished in 1970.